I'm trying to extend super class field domain with "or" or "and" condition, so for "and" condition I'm trying to do something like this:
class MyClass (models.Model):
_inherit = 'super_class'
super_class_field = fields.Many2one(domain.append('type', '=','my_type'))
but it doesn't work. I've tried to find solution for "or" condition but I can't find a way to get existing field domain.
I think that you can't do it like that and you need to define to complete domain to override on the inherited field, no partial domain override here. You only could do that on specific methods overrides like search on the target model but also you can't be sure that the domain you are trying to override will be related to the field definition. Better use a complete field domain override
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